After yesterday’s rollercoaster ride in the European Championships, which saw Switzerland stun the current World Cup champions France in penalties we can surely saw the tournament has lived up to the expectations. Croatia mounted a comeback but the mighty Spanish side dominated and ultimately claimed the quarter final position in what turned out to be an exhilarating day at EURO 2020.
We await the remaining 2 quarter finalists of EURO 2020 and we look at the predictions for the highly anticipated clash between two European heavyweights – England and Germany.
England vs Germany Match Details
Match- England vs Germany
Timings: 16:00 in GMT, 21:30 in IST, 18:00 CET
Date: 29th June, (CET and GMT) 29th June IST
Referee- Danny Makkelie, Netherlands
Venue: Wembley Stadium, London
England vs Germany Predictions
Will it finally come home? A large part of this question would be answered today, the fact that they have been handed an easy draw if they win this fixture will be playing on the minds of the English fans. They are coming into this match unbeaten in the group stages and finished at the top of Group D. Two 1-0 victories against Croatia and Czech Republic was enough for them to take the Group honours, but their overall play have left a lot to be desired. Gareth Southgate will look to get the best out of his attacking players in the heavyweight clash against historical rivals Germany.
Germany have blown hot and cold so far in EURO 2020, having mustered 1 emphatic win, a 1-0 defeat and a comeback 2-2 against Hungary to achieve the second spot in the Group of Death. Joachim Low’s side have been too prone defensively and would look to amend their mistakes against a good English side. They have the mentality of winning at the stage and their experience would be useful in the knockout stage of the competition.
Who will win England vs Germany Match
England start as favorites to win this match owing to their recent form and their squad strength. They are playing at their home stadium and would enjoy the support throughout the match. Germany need to produce a near perfect match both defensively and offensively if they have to challenge the English, who definitely have the edge over them on paper.
FINAL SCORELINE – ENGLAND 1-0 GERMANY